A record request programme
Chap in TAMAS VASARY (piano)
Ballade in F minor
9.16* Nocturne in F major, Op. 15
9.22* Sonata in B flat minor gramophone records
Ninth of twelve programmes
OROMONTE PIANO TRIO
Trio in F sharp minor (H.XV.26)
10.0' Trio in D minor (H.XV.23)
H.XV.26 broadcast on July 28.
1968; H.XV.23 on October 6. 1168
10: A record of some early organs in the U.S.A. played by E. POWER BIGGS
Introduced by John Lade
Piano Recital by Rudolf Firkusny from Leith Town Hall
Frans Brugcen (recorder)
GUSTAV LEONHARhT (harpsichord) ANNER BYLSMA (cello) gramophone record
Heinz Holliger (oboe) gramophone record
Gabrieli String Quartet Kenneth Sillito (viohn)
Brendan O'Reilly (violin) Ian Jewel (viola)
Keith Harvey (cello)
Tenth tn a series of thirteen weekly recitals given before an invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Applications for tickets should be sent to the Ticket Unit. BBC. Broadcasting House. London. [Postcode removed]. enclosing s.a.e.
Concert-Master, Peter Mountato
Conducted by Michael ROSE
Conducted by MARINUS' Voor&ergh
HERMAN KREBBERS (violin)
Second in a weekly series including songs by Brahms and Wolf.
Heinz REHFUSS (baritone) Ernest LUSH (piano)
Broadcast on August 12. 1968
Recorded at a pubHc concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, on April 18
George Melly talks to the Belgian collagiste and poet E. L. T. Mesens, friend and early collaborator of the painter Rene Magritte (1898-1967). This conversation was first broadcast during the Arts Council Exhibition of paintings by Rene Magritte last spring.
Last of three programmes of contemporary Japanese music gramophone records
A discussion between
MAX Beloff , Professor of Government and Public Administration, University of Oxford, and JOHN REX. Professor of Social Theory and Institutions, University of Durham
Why does the teaching of sociology in Britain today arouse such passions?
reading and talking about his own poems to GEORGE Macbeth Kenneth Koch is a leader of the New York school of poets. His work has become increasingly influential with younger writers particularly for its blend of wit and tenderness, its preoccupation with the other arts, and its closeness to a European rather than an English tradition.
WOLFGANG Schneiderhan (violin) with GEORGE MALCOLM (harpsichord) plays
Sonata in E major (S.1016) Sonata in B minor (S.1014) Sonata in F minor (S.1018)
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